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A Paper Mache Dark Butterfly- New Face!

By Danmonsterman @danmonsterman
I've done more work on her.   I've finished her hands and feet.  I have to say, that was not as easy as it should have been.   I will put together a post about those soon.  But first, I just wanted to show you her new face.   She looks a lot better with skin and hair...well, it's not exactly hair.   They are tentacle-like things.   If you look at the photos below you can see that I twisted paper around pieces of wire tapering them at the end.  Then I cloth mached them.  That is, I wrapped strips of cloth dipped in Elmer's glue around each of them.  I added some curves.
A Paper Mache Dark Butterfly- new face! A Paper Mache Dark Butterfly- new face!
Then I poked holes in her head and stuck them in.  Of course I also added cloth mache skin to the rest of her face as well. 
A Paper Mache Dark Butterfly- new face!
I'm showing her skinless, hairless face one more time for contrast.
A Paper Mache Dark Butterfly- new face!
And here she is with skin and hair.   I like her.   Of course she looks better in person. 
See you soon.  Thanks for stopping by.

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